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History of Internet Archive



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Keywords: internet archive; history; libraries
Collection: opensource

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This entry describes the history of the Internet Archive from its founding in 1996 to its two billion page crawl in 2007. It describes the key individuals and organizations involved in the Archiveâs work and the technological innovations that make the Archive possible, such as the ARC file format, Heritrix, and the Wayback Machine. The focus of this entry is primarily the Internet Archiveâs Web archiving activities and collections, but it also briefly discusses the Archiveâs other activities and the impact it has had on the fields of library and information science and the public in general.


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Identifier: internetarchive-encyclis
Mediatype: texts
Identifier-access: http://www.archive.org/details/internetarchive-encyclis
Identifier-ark: ark:/13960/t5s767491
Ppi: 300
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